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Gilberto Santa Rosa

by Gilberto Santa Rosa

Gilberto Santa Rosa by Gilberto Santa Rosa

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Gilberto Santa Rosa

by Gilberto Santa Rosa

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Label: Sony Music Latin
Forget these kids today with their pop hooks and their hip-hop-friendly salsa. Gilberto Santa Rosa is gonna keep kicking it old-school. That means lots of rich singing, brilliant horns and easygoing dance tunes that'll get your hips twitching -- plus a couple of soft-lit slow dances. But don't think that means El Caballero de la Salsa is stuck in a rut. On the contrary, he experiments with funky riffs ("Quién Te Va A Querer"), trades motor-mouth lyrics with rapid-fire horns ("Cuando a Ti Te De La Gana") and delivers perhaps the best title for a salsa ever: "Como Hay Gente En La Calle." Yes.

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Forget these kids today with their pop hooks and their hip-hop-friendly salsa. Gilberto Santa Rosa is gonna keep kicking it old-school. That means lots of rich singing, brilliant horns and easygoing dance tunes that'll get your hips twitching -- plus a couple of soft-lit slow dances. But don't think that means El Caballero de la Salsa is stuck in a rut. On the contrary, he experiments with funky riffs ("Quién Te Va A Querer"), trades motor-mouth lyrics with rapid-fire horns ("Cuando a Ti Te De La Gana") and delivers perhaps the best title for a salsa ever: "Como Hay Gente En La Calle." Yes.

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About This Album

Forget these kids today with their pop hooks and their hip-hop-friendly salsa. Gilberto Santa Rosa is gonna keep kicking it old-school. That means lots of rich singing, brilliant horns and easygoing dance tunes that'll get your hips twitching -- plus a couple of soft-lit slow dances. But don't think that means El Caballero de la Salsa is stuck in a rut. On the contrary, he experiments with funky riffs ("Quién Te Va A Querer"), trades motor-mouth lyrics with rapid-fire horns ("Cuando a Ti Te De La Gana") and delivers perhaps the best title for a salsa ever: "Como Hay Gente En La Calle." Yes.